apology for the study of northern antiquities (1715)

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Hickes, George, -- 1642-1715,, English language -- Old English, ca. 450-1100., Germanic langu
Statementintrod. by Charles Peake.
SeriesAugustan Reprint Society / Publication -- no. 61, Publication (Augustan Reprint Society) -- no. 61.
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Paginationv p., facsim.: xxxv p. ;
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Open LibraryOL22380151M

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Buy An apology for the study of northern antiquities: Read Kindle Store Reviews - : An apology for the study of northern antiquities eBook: Elstob, Elizabeth, Peake, Charles H.: Kindle Store3/5(1). An apology for the study of northern antiquities Imprint: Los Angeles: The Augustan Reprint Society, Series Title: Augustan Reprint Society, publication number 61 Note: This text is the introduction to the author's "Rudiments of Grammar for the English-Saxon Tongue" Language: English: LoC Class: PE: Language and Literatures: English: Subject.

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Book Excerpt ropriety of the Language of any Nation, hath been always rightly esteem'd a great Ornament and Test of the good Sense of such a Nation; and consequently to arraign the good Sense or Language of any Nation, is to cast upon it a great Reproach. An apology for the study of northern antiquities ().

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Courtesy of Project Gutenberg: With an apology for the study of northern antiquities, etc. London: J. Bowyer and C. King, Place of Publication: London: Date of Publication: References: Notes: With Grenville's coat of arms added later.

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Apology for the study of northern antiquities, Los Angeles, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, (OCoLC) Named Person: George Hickes; George Hickes; George Hickes: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth Elstob; Charles Peake.

Colen Campbell begins publication of his pattern book Vitruvius Britannicus, or the British Architect. Elizabeth Elstob publishes the first grammar of Old English, The Rudiments of Grammar for the English-Saxon Tongue, first given in English; with an apology for the study of northern antiquities.

An Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities ( reprint with commentary), by Elizabeth Elstob, contrib. by Charles Peake (Gutenberg text) PEA44 Aelfrics Grammatik und Glossar (in Old English and Latin with German notes; based on the edition), by Abbot of Eynsham Aelfric, ed.

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Main - My Books - IRC Hacks Misc. Articles - Meaning of Jibble - M4 Su Doku - Computer Scrapbooking - Setting up. Primarily an apology, less a northern antiquity however, for those interested in philology you can learn a thing or two here, I think.

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Being very useful towards the understanding our ancient English poets, and other writers / by Elizabeth Elstob Elstob, Elizabeth, [ Book: ]. Elizabeth Elstob’s Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities prefixed to her Rudiments of Grammar for the English-Saxon Tongue is an answer of a very different kind.

It did not appear until ; it exhibits no political bias; it agrees with Swift’s denunciation of certain current linguistic habits; and it does not reject the very idea of regulating the language as repugnant to. Elizabeth Elstob (–) Author of The rudiments of grammar for the English-Saxon tongue, first given in English: with an apology for the study of northern antiquities.

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The preface, "An Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities", took issue with the formidable Jonathan Swift, and seems to have caused him to amend his views. After her brother's death inshe was left without a home and plagued by debts he had incurred in financing their expensive publications.

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Elstob, Elizabeth (–), Anglo-Saxon scholar, was born on 29 September at Newcastle upon Tyne, the youngest of eight children of Ralph Elstob (–), merchant, and his wife, Jane Hall (d. ).After her mother's death Elizabeth was brought up in the household of her father's younger brother Charles Elstob, prebendary of Canterbury Cathedral, and his.

The printing was actually begun at Oxford, and a fragment of thirty-six pages, presented by Sir Henry Ellis, is in the British Museum. It never reached publication. In she published 'Rudiments of Grammar for the English-Saxon Tongue, first given in English; with an apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities.'.

An Apology for the Study of Northern Antiquities ( reprint with commentary), by Elizabeth Elstob, contrib. by Charles Peake (Gutenberg text) Filed under: English language -- Old English, ca.

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